Find that note, easily! Want to know the letter name of a note? Find out where that note is on the piano keyboard? Find out what a piano note looks like displayed on the music staff? You've found the app for that!
Easily switch key signatures from 4 flats through to 4 sharps.
Letter notation can be set to any of these options:
1) C D E F G A B
2) C D E F G A H
3) Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Si
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For beginner learners looking for a flashcard style app, try "Notes! - Learn To Read Music".
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- Minor bug fix.
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New in v1.1.5:
- Lots of optimizations!
- Improved help animation.
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Ratings and Reviews
not what I needed
I’m a baritone and was looking for a 2 octave range from g to g. can only view one octave from c to c which doesn’t allow me to use it with baritone music. Probably picked the wrong app, but if you need more than a one octave range, this isn’t for you.
Easy to use, great tool for learning note placement on scale and keyboard
I am an older learner, trying to teach myself piano. At this age, memorization is not my strong suite. With both visual and audio, bold graphics and clear sound using my iMac running OSX Sierra, the app was just what I needed to progress with the basics, and no doubt it will help me learn even more as time goes by. For anyone with visual limitations (I am legally blind) the graphics are clear and the white on black is beyond wonderful for me, with a clutter-free interface. A user can progress up and down the scale or choose to click on a key on the virtual keyboard to see the name of the key, see its position on the scale, and clearly hear its sound. I bought another app I thought would be easy to see, but it had a very limited function (no treble clef even), really collorful but limited to a very small range of notes. The song-playing-and-learning apps simply are too fast for me at this stage, and many have smaller graphics. I love it! Thank you to the developers and I encourage them to keep updating so it works with future OSX versions.
Another useful tool
It’s another useful tool. Not bad for taking a few minutes to test yourself or try to improve your memory of keys to notes.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.